Articles under Hydergine®


  • Hydergine− the intelligence ergoloid

    Hydergine− the intelligence ergoloid How many times have you asked yourself, "Where did I put the keys?" or grapple for words during a "senior moment?" While aging is associated with the impairment of multiple metabolic pathways that can erode brain function, we don't have to resign ourselves to dwindling memory, foggy thinking, or poor attention span as we grow older. Thankfully, there is something we can do about it. The drug hydergine acts on numerous fronts to slow dow...
  • Smart drugs and nutrients, an interview with Ward Dean, M.D.

    Smart drugs and nutrients, an interview with Ward Dean, M.D. Phil Micans interviews Dr. Ward Dean, who is perhaps best known to the public for his two best-selling books on ‘Smart Drugs & Nutrients’ (versions I and II) in the early 1990’s. Dr. Dean graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point in 1967, and served in the Infantry for six years, posted to both Airborne and Ranger forces. He obtained his medical degree from Han Yang University in Korea in 1978, and re...
  • Application of smart drugs - for enhanced health and longevity

    Application of smart drugs - for enhanced health and longevity Is the new film Limitless fiction or fact? ‘Limitless,’ the movie, is explained by the following synopsis. A young writer has been down-and-out on this luck for several years. He has writer’s block, thus he cannot complete his half-finished novel. He is threatened with eviction from his apartment, his girlfriend leaves him, and he mope...
  • The Mitochondrial Theory of Aging

    The Mitochondrial Theory of Aging The mitochondrial theory of aging (MTA) was first proposed in 1972 by Denham Harman, the "father" of the free radical theory of aging (FRTA) (1). The MTA was further refined and developed in 1980 by Jaime Miquel (2). There is such a strong connection between the MTA and the FRTA that they are often discussed together as if the MTA was just one f...
  • The Bio-Markers Of Aging

    The Bio-Markers Of Aging Ed.- Dr. Krup is the medical director of the RejuvenAge Clinic in London's premier medical centre- Harley Street. She is board certified by A4M and is a keen advocate of Anti-Aging Medicine. She shall also be a speaker at the Third Monte Carlo Antiaging Conference ™, set for September 7-8, 2002 on the topic of; "The differences between a family practice and an anti-aging clinic." (Please see back page of this Bulletin for further details of th...
  • Synergistic Programs - Memory Pack

    Synergistic Programs - Memory Pack How to keep you memory and cognition lucid and agile Piracetam; enhancing memory and ideas Piracetam was the world’s first nootropic (smart drug) when it was introduced to Europe in the 1960’s by Dr. Giurgea, (whilst working with UCB laboratories in Belgium), under the trade name of Nootropil®. Although it is a derivative of GABA, piracetam disp...
  • Successful Aging Results

    Successful Aging Results Ed.- Frank Shallenberger MD, has devoted his professional career to understanding the fundamentals of what keeps us well. To this end, he has used an approach in his medical practice for more than twenty years that integrates the best of alternative medicine with the best of conventional medicine. He is a pioneer in the clinical application of oxidative medicine, a new discipline that emphasizes the profound importance of oxygen and...
  • James South - My Personal Supplement Regime

    James South - My Personal Supplement Regime Since 1971, at age 23, I have been pursuing the "elixir of life" and the "fountain of youth." I suffered many severe health problems from infancy, including disabling allergies and asthma; severe arthritis of the knees; motion sickness so severe I would sometimes vomit riding in the car; and neuromuscular balance and co-ordination problems that would frequently cause me to trip going upstairs, or even over my own feet. By the t...
  • Hydergine ® Developer Albert Hofmann Turns A Hundred

    The celebrated Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann turned a hundred last January. Thousands of people from around the world gathered in Basel, Switzerland to celebrate his centennial birthday and honor him for his numerous discoveries and contributions to the fields of chemistry and psychopharmacology. When Dr. Hofmann addressed the large crowds that gathered in his honor, he spoke eloquently. He was unusually articulate and clear-headed for a man that was over a century old. Many peop...
  • Hydergine ® - Update - Still Highly Recommended

    Hydergine ® - Update - Still Highly Recommended Many life extension physicians and enthusiasts first learned of the concept of "smart drugs" from reading the blockbuster best-seller, Life Extension, A Practical Scientific Approach, by Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw. Pearson and Shaw extolled the virtues of a drug called Hydergine ®- a Sandoz trademark (ergoloid mesylates), a combination of thre...
  • Don't Ergo the Ergots (or don't overlook the benefits of the rye fungi)

    Don't Ergo the Ergots (or don't overlook the benefits of the rye fungi) Ergoloid mesylates, co-dergocrine, dihydroergotoxine, are all a number of ergot derivatives that share a common ancestry, because they all derive from a type of fungi that can be found on rye. This article evaluates 3 of the most proven and commercially used ergots and seeing how they differ from one another. In alphabetical order, they are bromocriptine (pronounced brome-o-cript-teen), hydergine ®...
  • Synergistic Program - Age Prevention

    What is the best way to tackle aging? How can we prevent aging’s annoyances from becoming disorders and diseases? We’ve done our best to simplify the answers for you by breaking down the protocols and products into 4 categories. We hope that you enjoy reading about this program and t...